Jawless Vertebrate Conodont Had Sharpest Yet Minuscule Teeth

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The conodont, an extinct primitive marine vertebrate, had the sharpest teeth ever known, with tips just one-twentieth of the width of a human hair, and was able to apply pressures that were comparable with the ones made with human jaws.

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